Governance & Compliance

No matter what your use of data is, the decisions or recommendations are only as good as the underlying data. Implementing a robust data governance environment will provide confidence your data is curated, clean, and fit for making solid business decisions.

Point of View

Curate your data to ensure it is consistent, usable, and used in the correct contexts.

Data governance is one of the single most important data initiatives organizations should appropriately understand to become industry leaders while improving customer compliance needs. Most organizations struggle to become compliant with California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), and other legal policies. Similarly, these organizations scramble to define data owners, processes, struggle with poor data quality, and lack data standards and lineage that cause most data-related projects to fail.

With a proven track record, Credera can partner with your organization to design and implement the appropriate roadmap, build a data governance foundation, and help set up the proper tools to meet ongoing data challenges. Create a data-driven competitive advantage with the right business processes, efficiencies, and data management guidelines.


Make decisions with clean, curated, and managed data.

Find the best data governance environment and create space for business to grow while protecting the integrity of your data.

Data Quality Assessment

Understand your data maturity by utilizing our automated profiling techniques that will gauge the current state of your data and allow for new data to be monitored.

Data Lineage & Data Mapping

Understand where data is mastered and consumed and how it flows through the architecture, making the lineage available for consumption both by developers and end users in a consistent manner.

Privacy & Compliance

Evolving data privacy laws require constant vigilance to ensure consumer data is protected and used in appropriate contexts.

Master Data Management

Ensure data is used consistently across an organization by mastering and mapping data in today's complex modern data architecture.

Process & Organizational Ownership

Engage data and business process owners to function in a well-defined operational model to provide information to all parties in an efficient, transparent, and trusted manner for proper data governance.